remedy

All Noun Verb
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  • This is an old-time remedy and will always give relief if applied immediately. Cited from Mother's Remedies, by T. J. Ritter
  • However, if the state failed to do so, citizens had no legal remedy.
  • The remedies available under one head are those available to the other.
  • These problems took too long to remedy and the engine gained a bad reputation.
  • His friends soon found these remedies worked for their dogs as well.
  • Remedies can also be determined in advance for an entire class of cases.
  • He immediately looked the evil in the face, and set about remedying it. Cited from History of the Expedition to Russia, by Count Philip de Segur
  • Numerous medical remedies exist but no particular treatment is known to be especially effective.
  • In recent decades much has been done to remedy the creek's condition.
  • From that time, we find both the criminal and civil remedies in full operation.
  • I was always trying some means of remedying this, but without success. Cited from The South Pole, Vols 1 and 2, Roald Amundsen
  • The band also used the feed for some time after their Remedy Tour.
  • No current remedies prevent or control the disease in the wild, but efforts are being made.
  • In any other case, it has to decide about the legal remedy after a main trial.
  • His proposed remedy is to make our lives more meaningful by doing good while living well.
  • He thinks his only remedy is to travel, to keep his spirit alive.
  • No attempt was made to remedy this until shortly after the automobile road was built.
  • Various remedies have been proposed for the problem of people entering the wrong aircraft.
  • Sometimes natural remedies are all that is available in certain remote areas.
  • The Court provides a list of remedies available under each section.
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Words starting with remedy

Meaning of remedy

  • noun A medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain
  • verb Provide relief for
    remedy his illness